Students who feel cheated, cheat - summarised Dr Julia Christensen Hughes, and in this next Students First Symposium, your expert panel discusses integrity in the context of the changing student experience.
The past three years have caused some parts of Higher Education to break, to be strengthened, and others still to be thoroughly examined. Yet, for much longer, the sector has faced variable learner engagement. What is - or should be - planned for the next three years from a policy and whole-of-institution perspective, what is already happening, what is the single biggest potential improvement point for universities to tackle?
You are invited to join leading voices and authorities on Integrity:
Dr Helen Gniel, Director of TEQSA's Higher Education Integrity Unit
Professor David Sadler, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) at The University of Western Australia, Chair of Universities Australia DVC A Executive and leads UA’s work on academic integrity
Professor Mark Hoffman, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) and a Vice-President of the University of Newcastle.
Professor Judyth Sachs, Symposium Chair, Chief Academic Officer Studiosity